Conservation

Landowners Needed to Save the Red Wolf

The last fourteen remaining red wolves were rescued from the brink of extinction 35 years ago and became the ancestors of all red wolves alive today. Through careful breeding and reintroduction efforts, there are now 50-75 red wolves raising pups. …

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Healthier Waters for the Chesapeake Blue Crab
Remember the Kalamazoo, Stop Tar Sands!

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Friends of Wildlife

5 Reasons Why Oil and Water Don’t Mix for Wildlife

We all know that oil and water don’t mix. But the stakes are especially high for wildlife when oil spills into the lakes, streams and rivers where wildlife live. If industry has its way, more tar sands oil – a …

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Weekly News Roundup: Take the Pledge, Camp for Wildlife and more
NWF’s Andy Buchsbaum Receives Honor from Michigan Environmental Council

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Global Warming

Voluntary Methane Regulations Not Enough to Protect Wildlife

Methane pollution from the oil and gas industry is a potent agent of climate change. It is a precursor to the ozone-containing smog marring some of our greatest western landscapes, thus making strong regulation of this harmful pollutant important for …

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U.S. Offshore Wind Power Breaks Ground in Rhode Island
FINALLY! America Begins a Critical New Energy Chapter

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Gardening

Wildlife Camping in Our Backyards

This summer, National Wildlife Federation’s is celebrating our annual Great American Campout. Camping is a great opportunity to get outside and enjoy the fresh air and maybe even spot some wildlife. If you camp in wilderness areas, you might get …

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Helping Pollinators One Garden at a Time
Bees Find Better Habitat in Urban Jungle than Farm Country

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Get Involved

We’ve Always Been a City for the Birds

Baltimore.  Home of the beloved Baltimore Orioles and affectionately known by residents as Birdland.  There’s no better place for the National Wildlife Federation to launch its signature Community Wildlife Habitat program, encouraging residents to Grow Together. McElderry Park is one of …

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Help Wildlife with Your Photos

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Kids and Nature

Where is Everyone? Growing the Next Generation Outdoors

The drumbeat of news about kids in nature is bad – childhood has largely moved inside, screen time use is at an all-time high (and has real consequences), unstructured playtime is shrinking. Most recently, my friend Rona Kobell with the …

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New Outdoor Childcare Regulations Enacted in Texas
Pennsylvania Schools: Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future

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Outdoor Activities

Where is Everyone? Growing the Next Generation Outdoors

The drumbeat of news about kids in nature is bad – childhood has largely moved inside, screen time use is at an all-time high (and has real consequences), unstructured playtime is shrinking. Most recently, my friend Rona Kobell with the …

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5 Under 5: Add (Lightweight) Fun To Your Campout
7 National Parks to Camp in this Summer

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Wildlife

Landowners Needed to Save the Red Wolf

The last fourteen remaining red wolves were rescued from the brink of extinction 35 years ago and became the ancestors of all red wolves alive today. Through careful breeding and reintroduction efforts, there are now 50-75 red wolves raising pups. …

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Healthier Waters for the Chesapeake Blue Crab
5 Fascinating Facts from Ranger Rick: Shark Week Edition

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